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Webinar: Date: Friday, August 20, 2021
Time: 2:00 PM EST
Who: Smithers and Defense Cybersecurity Group
Smithers welcomes guest presenter Vincent Scott, CEO, of Defense Cybersecurity Group, for this informative one-hour session as we dive into the Documentation Requirements for CMMC (Certification).
The new Department of Defense (DoD) Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is rolling out as a requirement for all DoD contractors. The DoD has maintained technical cybersecurity requirements for years but with no enforcement. CMMC includes required certification and re-certification every three years by independent assessors. This significantly raises the bar for not only implementing strong cybersecurity technical controls but also having a strong set of documentation that can support these assessments. We will walk through the basics of CMMC and discuss things companies should be documenting to support their upcoming assessments.
The foundation of any strong certification program is documentation, and CMMC is no different. From processes and procedures to written policies and continual improvement plans, thorough documentation helps organizations to build upon their structure and supporting components. For cybersecurity proper and vigilant documentation can support risk decisions, resource acquisition, and what technology is utilized.
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An interactive Q&A session follows the presentation.
Vince is a retired Navy Cryptologist and serial entrepreneur who has started two companies, two not for profits, and has more on the way. He currently serves as the CEO of Defense Cybersecurity Group, a cyber consulting company focused on the new DoD Cyber requirements for the Defense Industrial Base where he brings the cyber offensive mindset of his Navy career to cyber defense for US companies. He is a graduate of the Oklahoma State Veteran Entrepreneurship program and holds a number of cyber certifications.
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